(Bilbao. 1964.) He currently lives and works in Vitoria.
An interdisciplinary artist, he has done a large number of one-man shows and collective exhibitions both in Spain and in other countries (Great Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, Korea, Portugal…) and has taken part in some of the most significant fairs on the contemporary art circuit (Arco, Artelisboa, Artesantander, Art Cologne, Kiaf, Balelatina…).
His works are present in a large number of private collections, institutions and museums, including Artium, Basque Musuem of Contemprary Arts; Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao; Caja Castilla La Mancha Collection; Musuem of Navarra; Olor Visual Collection, etc.
He has also created large format works for public spaces: Plenitud y Vacío, Centro, Aiako Harria Natural Park, Oiartzun. Gipuzkoa; Conversations between Oteiza and Serra, Sculpture, Amurrio; etc.

 

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November 29, 2014 - February 22, 2015

The idea of the quest and exploration of the unknown and of personal identity relating to natural processes and rhythms is the central theme of the work of the limit, inhabitants of the frontier.

frozen trees expo imanol marrodan
June 25, 2015 - July 28, 2015

a line of air made with the look (una línea de aire hecha con la mirada)

Eremuak and the independent platform AIR present the digital book by the author Imanol Marrodán, entitled A line of air made with the look, which includes the exhibition project developed at the CDAN Art and Nature Centre, Beulas Foundation, Huesca. Besides the works exhibited, additional information has been included to complement and complete the structure or leitmotiv of the different creative aspects that have configured the work of this artist.

Under the generic title “A line of air made with the look”, the artist creates a metaphor, forming a symbol, a perception and look, as sight (eyes) is the first sense that is awakened in us and anticipates the impression we receive from the perceived environment.  Eyes are the windows on the world in which we also move and we recognise ourselves in the image that we perceive and attracts our intention.

Thus, the exhibition covers a range of works that articulate a number of different codes to create a more complex common language, proposing new readings, visions, paradoxically, that differ greatly from a common, personal and individual experience. In this way, the artist offers an Atlas of familiar and distant, unknown geographies, drawing a map that is in a constant process of change or mutation. This is the basic aim of the exhibition project “A line of air made with the look” at the CDAN. A personal proposal that urges people to return to their intuition and primeval senses, to their origins, to go back to nature again, as a genuine creative thought to organise a new political model of “social” coexistence between individual beings.